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[STORY] Footsy Hare Gets the Drop on the Tortoise! / Footsy Hare / 6 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #6 (March 1944))
[STORY] ["All or nothing at all"] / Monty Monk / 5 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #7 (April 1944))
[STORY] In a Sweet Predicament! / Stanley Stallion / 6 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #v2#3 (6) (September 1944))
[STORY] ["Quiet!"] / Stanley / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #6 (October 1944))
[STORY] ["These two lads look like good material.."] / Tuffy / 6 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #3 (December 1944))
[STORY] ["If I don't get a job so I can send Mom money, she'll have nothing to eat, and I have to take care of her!"] / Barry / 6 pages (from US Chuckle (American Comics Group, 1945 series) (1945))
[STORY] ["Next time come when you're called!"] / Hornswoggled / 6 pages (from US Laffy-Daffy Comics (Rural Home, 1945 series) #1 (February 1945))
[STORY] ["Loafer! Get out of here and stay out!"] / aussie's Agent / 5 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #4 (March 1945))
[STORY] ["It's been two hours ye been pacin' before this shop, Angus."] / Angus McSnoot / 2 pages (from US Merry-Go-Round (American Comics Group, 1945 series) ([1945]))
[STORY] ["Dawgone these early birds, late birds, fat birds, skinny birds, etc, etc--feathered friends--fooey!"] / Luke the Worm / 2 pages (from US Merry-Go-Round (American Comics Group, 1945 series) ([1945]))
[STORY] ["Well, dawgone!"] / Bagshaw Bear / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #17 (May 1945))
[STORY] [" 'Rock-a-bye, baby, on the tree-top!' ... oh, isn't he the cutest thing?"] / Eggbert / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #17 (May 1945))
[STORY] ["What a fine clear day!"] / Stanley / 6 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #5 (July 1945))
[STORY] ["Oh! Oh! Let's scram!"] / Stanley and Homer / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #9 (July 1945))
[STORY] ["Pssst! Special meeting of the South-side cat-chasing society..."] / Tuffy / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #19 (September 1945))
[STORY] ["Oh, woe is me!"] / Roofus 'n Goofus / 8 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #20 (November 1945))
[STORY] ["I don't know why I'm doing this!"] / Bagshaw Bear / 6 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #11 (November 1945))
[STORY] ["Here Haggarty, stop clawin' up th' furniture..."] / Hard-boiled Haggarty / 2 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #30 (January 1946))
[STORY] ["Tuffy, you handsome rogue, you!"] / Tuffy / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #22 (February 1946))
[STORY] "The Pronto Kid" / Spunky / 7 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #22 (February 1946))
[STORY] ["O-o-o-h! Brother, what a week that was!"] / Stanley / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #12 (March 1946))
[STORY] ["Well, now! Do my old eyes deceive me?"] / Tuffy / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #24 (April 1946))
[STORY] ["Now watch that nasty temper..."] / "Butch" O'Sparrow / 5 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #25 (May 1946))
[STORY] ["Yahoo! What a beautiful way to spend Sunday!"] / Stanley / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #13 (May 1946))
[STORY] ["This one got away from me at Miller's Pond!"] / Bagshaw Bear / 6 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #14 (June 1946))
[STORY] ["Brother! Look at that!"] / Gooligan / 7 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #14 (June 1946))
[STORY] ["Another scrumbotious day!"] / Humphrey Hummingbird / 7 pages (from US Ha Ha Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #30 (June 1946))
[STORY] The Big Battle / 6 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #31 (July 1946))
[STORY] ["Now, ain't that silly?"] / Stanley / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #14 (July 1946))
[STORY] ["Now What Kinda Life Is That"] / Tuffy / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #28 (August 1946))
[STORY] Perkins Pooch Routs a Rival! / Perkins Pooch / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #28 (August 1946))
[STORY] [Jumpin' Fast] / Footsy Hare / 5 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #32 (August 1946))
[STORY] ["I don't know why it is."] / Bagshaw / 6 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #15 (August 1946))
[STORY] ["S'matter with th' foot, Sweeney?"] / "Doc" E.Z. Duzit / 6 pages (from US Ha Ha Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #33 (September 1946))
[STORY] Out Camping with Stanley / Stanley / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #15 (September 1946))
[STORY] [Banjo Bullfrog] / Fremont Frog / 6 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #33 (September 1946))
[STORY] ["A warm balmy afternoon, lyin' under a tree!"] / Stanley and Homer / 5 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #8 (October 1946))
[STORY] ["Goodness! Opening day in my own beauty shop!"] / Pansy the Chimp / 2 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #8 (October 1946))
[STORY] ["Greetings, boys, greetings!"] / Fremont Frog / 5 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #34 (October 1946))
[STORY] ["Hmmm! Who's this feller comin' down th' road?"] / Stanley / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #16 (November 1946))
[STORY] ["It's been so long since I figgered out a weather forecast, I thought maybe I had forgotten how!"] / Doremus Dormouse / 6 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #9 (December 1946))
[STORY] ["You wanta da job?"] / Pansy the Chimp / 2 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #9 (December 1946))
[STORY] ["Yoodleehoo!"] / Hucky Duck / 7 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #17 (December 1946))
[STORY] ["Jump onto yer bicycle or horse..."] / Bagshaw Bear / 6 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #17 (December 1946))
[STORY] ["Boyoboy, what fun!"] / Tuffy / 5 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #31 (January 1947))
[STORY] [The Baseball Game] / Stanley and Homer / 7 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #17 (January 1947))
[STORY] ["Well, I'm waiting!"] / Little Red Henrietta / 6 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #10 (February 1947))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Chappy Chipmunk / 5 pages (from US The Fighting Yank (Pines, 1942 series) #19 (February 1947))
[STORY] ["Dear Sonny: I am on my way to visit with you fer a week."] / Bagshaw Bear / 6 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #18 (February 1947))
[STORY] ["Droopy can't come out today..."] / "Hucky" Duck / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #32 (March 1947))
[STORY] ["Lookit 'em! I can't figger out what..."] / Tuffy / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #32 (March 1947))
[STORY] ["Oh, hum de dum, oh, hum de day..."] / Humphrey Hummingbird / 8 pages (from US Ha Ha Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #39 (March 1947))
[STORY] ["Stanley! Now how in blazes does he..."] / Stanley / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #18 (March 1947))
[STORY] ["We're all ready to go now, ma'am!"] / Pansy the Chimp / 7 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #18 (March 1947))
[STORY] ["Hey, George! Look, here comes Gooligan!"] / Gooligan / 5 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #19 (April 1947))
[STORY] ["I can't figure out why folks always give me..."] / Bagshaw Bear / 6 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #19 (April 1947))
[STORY] ["I think everything will be okay for a day or two!"] / Humphrey Hummingbird / 6 pages (from US Ha Ha Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #40 (April 1947))
[STORY] ["This neighborhood is deader than a petrified herring!"] / Tuffy / 8 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #33 (May 1947))
[STORY] ["I wonder whose idea it was to go to school every day!"] / Hucky Duck / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #33 (May 1947))
[STORY] ["I should pay out thirty bucks..."] / Dudley / 4 pages (from US The Fighting Yank (Pines, 1942 series) #20 (May 1947))
[STORY] ["Gee! It's my best girl hortense.."] / Humphrey Hummingbird / 8 pages (from US Ha Ha Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #41 (May 1947))
[STORY] ["Did you ever wish you were someone else?"] / Stanley and Homer / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #19 (May 1947))
[STORY] ["Let's see now, what all has to be done?"] / Pansy the Chimp / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #19 (May 1947))
[STORY] Climbin' Simon / 5 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #19 (May 1947))
[STORY] ["Binky! Oh, Binky!"] / Binky / 6 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #42 (June 1947))
[STORY] ["I finished mowin' your lawn, Mrs. Larde!"] / "Mickey" Pigg / 7 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #12 (June 1947))
[STORY] ["Hurry up now, Boxy! It's colder than everhing..."] / Boxy / 2 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #12 (June 1947))
[STORY] ["Looky there now, Doc!"] / Bagshaw Bear / 7 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #20 (June 1947))
[STORY] ["Oh, Phiffle!"] / Gooligan / 7 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #20 (June 1947))
[STORY] ["You turn your back for two minutes in this neighborhood..."] / Tuffy / 7 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #34 (July 1947))
[STORY] ["Do I have the pleasure of addressing Mr. Bruno Bear, Esq.?"] / Bruno Bear / 7 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #34 (July 1947))
[STORY] ["Hi, Joey! Hey, what th' heck are you doin'?"] / Hucky Duck / 7 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #34 (July 1947))
[STORY] ["Doggone! I'm th' slowest creature on earth!"] / Timothy Turtle / 0.67 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #43 (July 1947))
[STORY] ["Good day sir. Good day!"] / Spencer Spook / 7 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #43 (July 1947))
[STORY] ["Golly Willikers! I've got a new baby brother..."] / The Impulsive Imps / 7 pages (from US Ha Ha Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #43 (July 1947))
[STORY] That's How Jivin' Was Born / The Hepcats / 7 pages (from US Hi-Jinx (American Comics Group, 1947 series) #1 (July-August 1947))
[STORY] ["Hey, Homer, I haven't had a pay raise..."] / Stanley and Homer / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #20 (July 1947))
[STORY] ["I'm going down-town now, Pansy!"] / Pansy the Chimp / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #20 (July 1947))
[STORY] "Lucky Foot" Bunnigan / 7 pages (from US Barnyard Comics (Pines, 1944 series) #13 (August 1947))
[STORY] ["And don't you dare come back here!"] / Spencer Spook / 7 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #44 (August 1947))
[STORY] ["Lookit that chump up there..."] / Fremont Frog / 7 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #44 (August 1947))
[STORY] ["Spring! Ahh, wonderful, ol', beautiful spring!"] / Bagshaw Bear / 6 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #21 (August 1947))
[STORY] Dog Days / Jasper / 4 pages (from US America's Best Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #23 (September 1947))
[STORY] ["What is as pleasant as th' quiet an' peace of an afternoon in a meadow?"] / Hucky Duck / 6 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #35 (September 1947))
[STORY] ["That must be th' circus train due in town today!"] / Bruno / 7 pages (from US Coo Coo Comics (Pines, 1942 series) #35 (September 1947))
[STORY] ["Line up for today's haunting...."] / Spencer Spook / 7 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #45 (September 1947))
[STORY] ["Our great exalted ruler..."] / Bimbah / 8 pages (from US Ha Ha Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #45 (September 1947))
[STORY] ["Every Sunday it's the same thing!"] / Stanley and Homer / 6 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #21 (September 1947))
[STORY] ["Whew! That was a tough day!"] / Pansy the Chimp / 4 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #21 (September 1947))
[STORY] ["Golliwops, lookit those trout!"] / Clem McHedgehog / 5 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #21 (September 1947))
[STORY] ["Top o' th' morning' to ya, Hubert!"] / Hubert the Hound / 5 pages (from US Happy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #21 (September 1947))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / The Hepcats / 1 page (from US Hi-Jinx (American Comics Group, 1947 series) #2 (September-October 1947))
[STORY] Circus Stuff / The Hepcats / 7 pages (from US Hi-Jinx (American Comics Group, 1947 series) #2 (September-October 1947))
[STORY] Square and Warmer / The Hepcats / 7 pages (from US Hi-Jinx (American Comics Group, 1947 series) #2 (September-October 1947))
[STORY] A Rude Awakening / The Hepcats / 7 pages (from US Hi-Jinx (American Comics Group, 1947 series) #2 (September-October 1947))
[STORY] The Mystery Voice of Jive Junction / The Groove Gang / 6 pages (from US Hi-Jinx (American Comics Group, 1947 series) #2 (September-October 1947))
[STORY] Silence Is Golden / Mr. Square / 7 pages (from US Hi-Jinx (American Comics Group, 1947 series) #2 (September-October 1947))
[STORY] Bubble Trouble / The Hepcats / 7 pages (from US Hi-Jinx (American Comics Group, 1947 series) #2 (September-October 1947))
[STORY] ["Ho-hum! Hiberation over for another year!"] / Bagshaw Bear / 6 pages (from US Goofy Comics (Pines, 1943 series) #22 (October 1947))
[STORY] ["This is the house, Bonnie!"] / Spencer Spook / 7 pages (from US Giggle Comics (American Comics Group, 1943 series) #46 (October 1947))

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